Czech Mycology 59(1): 67–81             Article published: 28th June, 2007 doi: 10.33585/cmy.59107

ADAMČÍK S., CHRISTENSEN M., HEILMANN-CLAUSEN J., WALLEYN R.

Fungal diversity in the Poloniny National Park with emphasis on indicator species of conservation value of beech forests in Europe.

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Abstract

This paper lists recent finds of macrofungi from the Poloniny National Park in Slovakia. The list contains data on the occurrence of 62 taxa of macrofungi, 35 of which are new to Poloniny, and 15 have not previously been recorded from Slovakia. Additionally, 17 rare species generally considered as threatened in large parts of Europe were found. The study increases the number of fungal indicator species proposed for assessment of the conservation value of European beech forests known from selected nature reserves in Poloniny. The results of this study combined with previously published data shows that Stužica and Rožok National Nature Reserves are the sites with the highest number of these indicator species in Europe.


Keywords:     wood-inhabiting fungi, indicator species, beech forests, biodiversity, Slovakia, macromycetes

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Adamčík S., Christensen M., Heilmann-Clausen J., Walleyn R. (2007): Fungal diversity in the Poloniny National Park with emphasis on indicator species of conservation value of beech forests in Europe. – Czech Mycology 59(1): 67–81. copy to clipboard


doi: 10.33585/cmy.59107

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